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  1. Let dangle, I’m surprised to hear you say that you would not go to any hair transplant surgeon in India when we happen to recommend a few surgeons who do outstanding work. Haven’t you seen results posted by Dr. Bhatti? Dr. Radha Palakurthi? Dr. Madhu? Dr. Dua? Dr. Soni? All of them are performing state-of-the-art hair transplant surgery with excellent results. I encourage you to view their recommendation profiles and examples of their results. best wishes, Bill
  2. Thappa, Dr. Radha Palakurthi is also recommended along with the ones Melvin mentioned. I know it’s tough when you get different graft estimates to make a decision, but ultimately since all 3 hair surgeons you mentioned are recommended by our community, selecting amongst the three Will be a personal choice depending on which one you connect with most of which strategy you like the best. Personally, with the amount of hair loss I see in your pictures, I would likely elect going for the larger procedure. Now, you could always ask each doctor why their recommendation is different then another doctors and that you prefer one over the other just to see what they say. But ultimately, each hair transplant surgeon has their own unique philosophy. The good news is, each one has a long history of producing outstanding results. Best wishes, Bill
  3. Dear Forum Members, As many of you know, we gather as much information as possible about a physician, their staff, technique and track record before they are even considered for recommendation on the Hair Transplant Network. Part of our review process involves getting input from patients and the members of this forum community. To learn more about this review process, click here. In North America, the market for 350 million people is shared by 40 plus physicians recommended by our community. In India, we currently recommend only one physician in a market for over 1 billion people. After interviewing Dr. Radha Palakurthi of India and seeing several examples of her surgical procedure and results, I believe that Dr. Radha Palakurthi should be considered for potential recommendation by this community. At this time, Dr. Radha is only being considered for recommendation, not the Coalition. To see our standards for recommendation, click here Dr. Radha was trained by Coalition member Dr. Pathomvanich has over 4 years of experience performing exclusive hair transplant surgery. She also operates on only one patient per day and offers her high quality follicular unit hair transplant procedure to her patients at a highly reduced cost of one US dollar per graft via the FUT method and two US dollars per graft via FUE. Dr. Radha recently received a number of glowing reviews by her patients sharing their experience and photos on this community. See below for a few recent examples: Member "RodG" Shares His Experience and Photos with Dr. Radha - 2075 Grafts Member "HiFlyer" Shares His Experience and Photos with Dr. Radha - 3354 Grafts Member "Cardel25" Shares His Experience and Photos with Dr. Radha - 2694 Grafts Dr. Palakurthi specializes in dense packing, megasessions and has experience in performing successful eyebrow and moustache transplantation procedures. She is also experienced in performing high quality follicular unit hair transplantation on Indian, Asian, African American and Caucasian hair. Dr. Radha has a large and experienced staff of 11 surgical assistants averaging 4 years of experience and has the ability to perform large densely packed sessions of ultra refined follicular unit hair transplantation exceeding 3000 grafts when appropriate for the patient. Dr. Radha also performs hair transplant gigasessions exceeding 4000 grafts for those with exceptional donor hair characteristics. Dr. Radha Palakurthi is very hands-on and is involved in every step of the procedure including harvesting the donor strip, preparing the grafts, making tiny recipient incisions in balding areas and inserting 30 to 40% of the grafts herself. Dr. Radha asserts that hairline reconstruction is an art and is the hair transplant surgeon's signature. Thus, in order to create the most natural looking hairline that mimics nature, Dr. Radha uses single haired follicular units to re-create the hairline. Dr. Radha Palakurthi uses a single blade to harvest the donor strip in order to minimize follicular transection and employs the trichophytic closure technique using a single layer closure with external absorbable sutures to minimize the appearance of scarring. Dr. Radha uses tiny needles as small as .7mm in recipient areas in order to minimize trauma to the scalp and maximize dense packing when appropriate for the patient. Dr. Radha is a member of the ISHRS (International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery), the AAHRS (Asian Association of Hair Restoration Surgeons) and the IAHRS (Indian Association of Hair Restoration Surgeons). Dr. Radha Palakurthi is also a board certified diplomate of the ABHRS (American Board of Hair Restoration Surgery). Given Dr. Radha Palakurthi's experience and commitment to ultra refined follicular unit hair transplantation, I believe that she should be considered for recommendation. See our standards for recommendation. View some of her patient and surgical photos below: 2433 Grafts with Dr. Radha 2282 Grafts with Dr. Radha 2900 Grafts with Dr. Radha (4.5 Months Post-Op) 2427 Grafts with Dr. Radha 2635 Grafts with Dr. Radha 2881 Grafts with Dr. Radha Photos Showing Dr. Radha in Surgery I welcome input and comments from forum members regarding her potential recommendation.
  4. Hello All, I'm 25 years old. I have been following this forum for years now and finally decided to go for a hair transplant in India. With the limited choice available in the market it would be great to get ur opinions. I would ideally prefer a FUE for lowering my hairline(1500-1800 grafts recomended). I had consultation with Dr A (FUE)and the results seem good on his website. Alongside my other considerations are Dr. Radha Palakurthi (FUT) and Dr. Madhu (FUT), both of whom are highly recommended on this forum. The criteria I'm seeking is to achieve a dense hairline using lateral slit technique, irrespective of whether its FUT or FUE since all the doctors mentioned above are very careful with extraction to preserve donor area. Please give your valuable advice Cheers.
  5. Who is the best FUT Strip Surgeon in India Dr. Suneet Soni or Dr. Radha Rani Palakurthi.
  6. Who is the best FUT Strip Surgeon in India Dr. Suneet Soni or Dr. Radha Rani Palakurthi.
  7. Yes there are female hair transplant surgeons and we actually recommend several of them. Dr. Keene, as somebody referenced is a highly esteemed Coalition member and does ultra refined work. She is well known for her very natural looking hairlines. Dr. Radha Palakurthi is female and doing outstanding hair transplant surgery in India. She is also recommended by this community. There are of course other female hair transplant surgeons you have not been approved for recommendation by this community however, having been to several ISHRS meetings, there are no doubt male surgeons than female surgeons. Best wishes, Bill
  8. Hi all, I have joined the forum recently, but I have been following the site for sometime now. To update, i had a transplant with Dr. A ****** (shortlised based on his published results and IAHRS candidature) in Oct 2013. It was a combination of FUT and FUE, with some 500 beard grafts as well. As per plan, it was to be a 5000 graft requirement as I was Norwood IV/V, but the results turned out not really great. Additionally the scar was also really bad. I am now planning to go for another hair transplant and based on the research in the forum, I was thinking of getting it done from Dr. Radha Palakurthi as she has very good review here. I will post my current pics. I need some advice from group members on the selection of HT surgeon and also on the procedure which I should adopt for transplant(FUT/FUE/BHT). I had a discussion with Dr. Radha on phone and shared photos also based on which said I will need to do scar correction and rather than going for selection of procedure I should concentrate on result as I was more inclined towards FUE/BHT rather than FUT.
  9. Hello! I'm from Russia. I need a hair transplant surgery. I do not speak English. I need your advice on choosing a doctor: 1) Dr. Kapil Dua 2) Dr. Radha Palakurthi 3) Dr. Sajal Halder, Delhi, India (it is recommended to hairsite.com forum). Which doctor would you recommend me?
  10. Hello All, Warm greeting to everyone. About Me: I am Sandeep from Chennai, India. I have been suffering from hair loss for the past 10 years since the transition of my teenage to adolescent cycle. I have already taken many different medications from Ayurveda, Alpecin to Minoxidil. None of them have met the expectations of mine wrt hair regrowth. I have already lost a considerable amount of hair in the centre of my head (bald spot) and also in the front. I would say 40% of my hair is already lost and the remaining hair in the frontal area are also thin compared to the side and back of the head. Questions: 1) Based upon my research so far and from going through your profile I have zeroed in on two Doctors from India. Dr. Tejinder Bhatti for FUE and Dr. Radha Palakurthi for FUT technique. But I still struggle to choose which technique should I opt for FUE or FUT. Any help on this is much appreciated? 2) Why Dr. Radha Palakurthi profile is not viewable in this website and also she is not listed under recommended doctors from India? Any reasons behind this? I have attached my pictures along with this post. This would help you to access my current situation and for choosing FUE or FUT. Eagerly awaiting for response from Senior members. Thank you. Regards, Sandeep
  11. Hello Respected People, May I please know if Dr. Radha Palakurthi is a Good Surgeon for FUE HT? I have a very bad Donor area and FUT is not possible so may I know if FUE is a good option and is Dr. Radha Palakurthi a very good doctor please help.. I am loosing life due to bald head. Thank you
  12. Hello, I am a newbie to this forum and this is my my first post. First of all I would like to thank this forum and all the members for providing such a wonderful platform to people who are facing problems with hair loss. With out you all, it would have been very difficult to find a good surgon like Dr. Radha. I am 42 year old male from IL, USA. I had a HT procedure done on Dec 19th by Dr. Radha Palakurthi(Visakhapatnam, India). Here is my experience. After following this forum for quite sometime, I decided to go with Dr. Radha. I sent an email to her in the third week of November for an appointment. It took few days to receive a reply from her and I was little concerned as I was planning to go to India in the third week of Dec. After 3-4 days I received an email from Dr. Radha asking for more details and she mentioned that she could not reply back earlier as she was traveling. I requested her to give an appointment around 20th of Dec as I was going to stay in India only for 2 weeks. She replied saying back it was difficult to accomodate my request with such a short notice and also due to her prior appointments. I called her office and explained my situation and they immediately gave her cell No. Her front office staff (Ms.Prasanna is a very helpul and courteous person). I called up Dr. Radha and explained my situation and requested her for an appointment. She promised me that she will go through her dairy and will try her best to give me an appointment. As promised she wrote back to me saying that she will be able to see me on Dec 19th 2013. She sent me some instructions regarding what to do before the surgery. After reaching India I sent an email and I was told to see her on Dec 18th evening for the initial consultation. I went to her clinic at around 3:30 pm and was taken to a consultation room. After a few minutes Dr. Radha came in and we had a brief chat about the procedure. She is very warm person, makes you very comfortable and explains you the total process. She had a look at my hair line and said I should not expect more than 3000 grafts based on the thickness of hair and flexibilty of my skin. I was asked to come back the next day morning at 8:30 am. Went back to the hotel( Hotel Taj Gateway; very nice hotel) and slept early. Next morning around 8:00 am I went back to the clinic and the friendly staff took me to the consultation room. Shortly afterwards the nurse(Ms. Shashi, a very nice and friendly person) came in took some blood samples. After that another nurse (Ms.Ujjwala' again a very helpful person) took me to another room and handed over sterile clothes to change. At around 8:30 am Dr. Radha came in and spoke to me for few minutes. She was always having a smile on her face and makes you very comfortable. You feel as if you are taking to a friend. She then took some photos & measurements. She then determined that the total area she would be covering would be around 123 sq cms. She said she will start from the front with more density and as it goes back the density of coverage will be little less based on the No of grafts she would be able to extract. I was then taken to the operation room( Very nice set up) and was given some anxiety pills and local anaestetia. As she does each step she will clearly explain what she is doing. Dr. Radha then cut a strip from the back of my head. The whole process of extracting the strip and stiching the skin took few hours and around 12:30 I was given a lunch break for 30-45 min. Most of the time I had a good sleep and did not have much pain or discomfort. Before I went tout of the operation theatre they asked me if I would like to see how the technicains are seggregating the grafts from the strip which was taken from the back fo my head. I went and they showed me how the technicians were working on the hair follicules.Post lunch session Dr. Radha started planting the folicules that were taken out from my hair strip. I was again given some anxiety pills and local anaestetia and I soon slipped into sleep.( I heard some people dont get sleep due to anxiety or due to discomfort). Anyways I woke up in between a couple of times and Dr. Radha told me everything was going well. Finally around 6:30 pm Dr. radha woke me up and said the procedure was done and everything went very well. I was very relieved and felt happy. I was taken to a room and was asked to chage back to my clothes. After changing back, the nurse took me to the initial consultation room, and was met by Dr. Radha with a warm smile. She told me that she was able to extract 3845 grafts(WOW!!! More than what I expected). ((Total 3845 grafts- Single hair: 966; Doubles: 2739; Three hair: 140;)) She again spent sometime giving instructions and asked me to come the next day morning for cleaning and dressing. As far as I remember, Dr. Radha was by my side during the total procedure performing most part of the surgery along with her assistants. This gave me more confidence and comfort see her doing the stuff herself. I thanked all the assisatnts and technicains who were a part of the surgery and took leave from them. HERE IS THE BEST PART....Before I left, I asked Dr. Radha about the payment(Believe me till this point she never talked about the money part). She smiled and told me that we can discuss this the next day when I go for dressing. When I insisted that I want pay it immediately then she generously rounded of the figure and I paid her the amount. This clearly shows her character, professionalism and her down to earth nature. Next day I went in, got the cleaning done and had a quick chart with Dr. Radha and happily headed back to the airport. After 5 days I was asked to go to another doctor who was a friend of Dr. Radha to get the sutures removed. Since I did not have enough time and could not stay back in Visakhapatnam for the next 5 days, Dr. Radha referred me to another doctor in the city I was going to stay. Overall I had a very pleasant and GREAT experience and with out any hesitation I would recommend Dr. Radha to every one looking for a HT surgery. Last but not the least, Dr. Radha had a very friendly and professional support staff. The clinic itself is very good and well equipped. I will post my photos shortly. Once again thanks to this forum all the members who have contributed to this forum. Good Luck guys and hope this post helps.
  13. I had undergone HT with Dr. Radha, thanks for all the people putting their experiences for so long, I have been following this forum for sometime now, and decided to take the plunge. Below is my hairloss blog. Seniors. experienced people, please comment what to expect. Currently feeling lot of stretch on my scar. Doctor had told me I had very less laxity and that's why less donor hairs and many weak hairs leading to not so expected a result. But I am still hopeful.... Looking forward to your feedback. cheers tuja Hair Restoration Site for tuja
  14. Welcome DMITRI77! If you have not yet done so, I suggest viewing our interactive map where you can find all of the hair transplant surgeons we recommend in India and around the world. You may also wish to review our recommendation criteria. Currently we recommend the following hair transplant surgeons in India. Dr. Tejinder Bhatti Dr. Kapil Dua Dr. Pathuri Madhu Dr. Radha Palakurthi Dr. YV Rao Dr. Suneet Soni
  15. I too am considering Dr. Tejinder Bhatti and Dr. Radha Palakurthi, This is if I have work done in India. I have contact Dr. Radha and will need to send in my photos and begin the discussion. Bhatti as a longer history with FUE and Radha's FUT work has been highly recommended but need to do more research. I know she does some FUE work too. I am considering a few other doctors in Turkey. Maybe we can compare notes. I would like to have my surgery completed at the end of August or early September. I'll probably stay in which ever country 5 to 14 days so maybe we would be around at the same time.
  16. I too am considering Dr. Tejinder Bhatti and Dr. Radha Palakurthi, This is if I have work done in India. I have contact Dr. Radha and will need to send in my photos and begin the discussion. Bhatti as a longer history with FUE and Radha's FUT work has been highly recommended but need to do more research. I know she does some FUE work too. I am considering a few other doctors in Turkey. Maybe we can compare notes. I would like to have my surgery completed at the end of August or early September. I'll probably stay in which ever country 5 to 14 days so maybe we would be around at the same time.
  17. I've corrected the spelling on Dr. Radha's and Dr. Bhatti's names in the title and original post in order to make the discussion more searchable. As stated above, Both Dr. Tejinder Bhatti and Dr. Radha Palakurthi are recommended by our community. Take some time to review patient and clinic results on our forum. There are many excellent examples of their work.
  18. When I spoke to Madhu's office, I got the impression a whole team of doctors split up the work and do more than one person per day. They said Madhu's wife and at least one other doctor does some of it. They said Madhu does the important parts. Dr. Radha Palakurthi does everything on her own. It is a small office. She has done fewer surgeries than Madhu, but a lot of her before and after pics look good.
  19. manoj, Welcome! There are certainly world-class hair transplant surgeons in India. The Hair Transplant Network recommends the following doctors. Dr. Tejinder Bhatti Dr. Pathuri Madhu Dr. Radha Palakurthi You can view our criteria for recommending physicians, here.
  20. goodlooking, Welcome! Currently our community recommend the following three hair transplant surgeons in India, Dr. Tejinder Bhatti Dr. Pathuri Madhu Dr. Radha Palakurthi You can view our criteria for recommending physicians here.
  21. Hi Guys, I consulted Dr. Radha Palakurthi of India and she actually thought I can still undergo FUT. So had the surgery one month back. We were hoping for a graft count around 2000, but the final count was 2630, which certainly surpassed my expectations. Dr. Radha took another strip obove the first scar and stitched it with the first one (this is as I understand from her explanation). So, I only have one scar, not two! I created a album (Title: Second Procedure - Post Op. Updates) and shared few pictures of initial graft placement, etc. Hope to update per month/per two months basis. Please go through the pictures and do share your opinions! Thank you very much!
  22. Edit:Oh, just have seen that my pictures are in the thread above. I feel compelled to dissolve the fatal deception California so maliciously has committed, as I actually received 2364 grafts, not 2346. Scandal :eek: Hello all, I am a former patient of Dr. Bhatti, I had my procedure back in february 2013. I used to be quite active and dedicated on this outstanding forum, but my studies, private life, and not at last my thorough satisfaction with my result and thus less self-interest in the field led me to neglect to follow the process on here. I then recently received a message from a forum member here who will have his surgery with Dr. Bhatti in August, told me about his possible recommendation on HRN and asked me to post my opinion. So here I am I skimmed through the thread yet a bit, and guess Bill added my 7 months progress thread (http://www.hairrestorationnetwork.com/eve/172093-dr-bhatti-2346-grafts-almost-7-months-progress.html), but the more interesting one may be my initial thread on the procedure: http://www.hairrestorationnetwork.com/eve/170355-my-experience-dr-tejinder-bhatti-2364-grafts-fue-restore-hairline.html You can also find my Hair Blog with some pictures, which I recently updated: Hair Restoration Site for Questionmark I am not here to discuss anything, I am rather willing to dissolve some appearent misconceptions by some posters before. I know a forum is a place for sharing opinions and evaluations, but it unfortunately too often leads into circular reasoning and endless pointless squabbling without really trying to evaluate and solve a complex issue in the depth it indeed is required to, in order to be really fruitful in the end. Dr. Bhatti`s recommendation seems to be welcomed and celebrated by most, but at the same time faces some arguments which imo however are either baseless, irrelevant, unfair, or outdated, which meanwhile gets me a little annoyed, to be quite honest, as much as I am the first to be an advocate of an open and exhaustive discussion. I experienced a lot here, the good and the very ugly regarding patients advocacy, and I always, always based my statements upon a strictly objective view putting the patients well-being in the first place. Having said that, this discussion is no more exhaustive, it is exhausted, as all concerns have been dissolved, partly a long time ago, and yet still get repeated by some. I will thus try to adress them, and hope I can ease the ones who think they have to protect this elite forum against the schemes of far-eastern evil, mediocrity and deception. As you all know, due to his exceptional results and innovative techniques, Dr. Bhatti`s recommendation yet one time had been discussed, but got delayed that time, due to the issues Bill had mentioned yet. I just want to adress this real short, as Bill himself also declared this matter as closed due to developments in the meantime. Regardless of any change in Dr. Bhatti`s advertisement policy, yet this issue had been evaluated and judged without thoroughly looking on the broader context, I thus urge you to be open minded and look over the rim of the tea cup. I have expressed some thoughts regarding this specific issue in my HT experience yet, I will c&p it in here: "A few thoughts about Dr. Bhatti: (...) A few weeks ago, Dr. Bhattis possible recommendation here on the HRN was considered, but Bill finally announced that he`ll not gonna make it "this time" because of "concerns" by "some coalition members". I had a conversation with Bill in private about that, because the "concerns" naturally concerned me. Bill finally informed me that the issues that were brought up didn`t adress the results he produces, but in particular the way he promotes himself. These are issues I already noticed myself before making my appointment with him. I realised that some of his statements about FUE/FUT are too onesided. Why does he make statements such as about his alleged 2% transection rate? Everybody that knows a little about FUE knows that it is impossible to produce such a rate. Why does he use terms like "miracle" and suggests in most of his postings that exceptional good results will happen regularly (Post "What to expect 5 months after FUE hair transplant). I think I know the answer: Dr. Bhatti is an excellent surgeon (also Bill quoted that), but he is a businessman, too. I don`t feel that this is condemnable in any way, as long as the patients are satisfied. Furthermore, we have to consider that imho in India, the way products are promoted and advertised in general is far more aggressive and questionable than in the so called "western world". The market in India has to be seen under totally different aspects and paradigms, so I don`t support some claims he used to make, but I see them completely separate from his personal reputation and foremost his surgical skills. I personally got to know him and I can attest that he is not only a great surgeon, but also a caring and honest character. To get the picture of the ridicoulosly huge difference between promoting HT`s in India compared to the western way to do so, just have a look on this piece: watch?v=8no1OmuXKW8 Now please compare that to the promotional videos of Dr. Bhatti... Indians will fall asleep ;-) See here how absurd the situation is for now: Lies, damned lies: Tall claims of Indian advertising - Firstpost http://webcache.googleusercontent.co...nd_claims.html He simply finds himself on a market where ridiculous claims are made all the time, and he needs to stay competitive on that particular market. The average indian patient - from whom Dr. Bhattis income depends on a large basis - that is informing himself about Dr. Bhatti is constantly bombarded with ludacris, colorful and screaming promotion by other clinics, promising a full head of hair in every case. By considering all that, I can`t actually blame him for the way he acts, especially if you consider the psychological interdependencies that naturally appear when you are exposed to such a market. I don`t wanna attack the whole indian HT market by that, but I would welcome the indian authorities to go ahead and regulate the accuracy of statements being made in advertisements in general. That said, I would be glad if Dr. Bhatti would accomodate the requirements of this forum in the near future by acclimatizing to the promotional standards, not because I critizise him, but rather because I fully endorse him and would advise everybody looking into having a FUE to go with him" With a few months elapsed in the meantime, I still only can implicitly emphasize the lines above, and as Bill stated, the issues have been settled, even without taking the mentioned crucial factors in consideration. The next argument I stumbled upon may read like this: "I have already made my comments, but I feel this site is now under increasing pressure to accept Dr. Bhatti in because more and more patients are going to him as his prices are very low. I think this is becoming an unfortunate trend here, and wish as you state that the recommended list remains an elite one including only the best of the best. " As much as I have had a bad gut feeling anyway reading through this specific posters various comments in this thread (you know that gut feeling when a politician speaks, it sounds caring and logical, but you just have that bad feeling deep down? Sort of..), at examining this specific comment closer, I knew why I had that feeling. It always lies within what is transported within the sub- and context. The argument is implying that the guys responsible for doctors memberships on the HRN, guys like Bill and Blake, wouldn`t be able to undertake an unbiased and objective recommendation evaluation in the patients and members best interests, and saw themselves forced, against their integrity, to propose Dr. Bhatti again, due to "more and more patients are going to him because his prices are very low". Hence, not only did he reach to put pressure on the responsible people here by insinuating they would be under pressure to endorse Dr. Bhatti, but furthermore the argument also implies that the increasing number of patients choosing Dr. Bhatti would be due to his low prices only, and not an objective and knowledgable review and comparison with other options available, which simply is an unfounded assertion, denying their intellectual capacity to make a mature and thoughtful decision for themselves. He is insinuating that they made a choice against their own best interest, and neglected quality in favor of a lower price, which is incredibly arrogant and insolent both towards Dr. Bhatti, as well as towards his patients. It seems ridiculous having to defend somebody because of him offering a service at much lower costs than others, but well then... It sometimes seems to me that it`s being insinuated that Dr. Bhatti`s only ace in the hole would be his low prices compared to western standards, but that this would go along with a lower quality at the same time, which is a fatal misconception. I think we can all agree that a lower price only necessarily implies lower quality if there is a "less" in input into a service or a product, both in quantity and quality. However, we cannot observe this in the circumstances in question, and in order to overstand this, we again have to take a look over the rim of the teacup: Dr. Bhatti finds himself on a competitive market in a country in which there are completely other location factors than in our dream world. Not only is he, to all the patients favor and luck, able to offer very low prices in comparison to western surgeons, he at the same time is even forced to keep the price per graft much lower than his colleagues working in Europe, the USA and Canada, Australia, and by now large parts of Asia and South and Middle America: The reasons are firstly that the prices can be so low because of the much lower salaries for the crew, as well as lower taxes, lower costs for real estates, lower costs of living, not so much red tape and so on. Secondly, he at the same time has to keep the prices low for his clients in India because of the much lower income rate, and for the foreigners to overcome the inhibition to take such a long journey, especially for a challenging surgery, and also to compensate their higher extra expenses, like flights and hotels. At the same time he is able to offer state of the art equipment, really excellent staff (they are incredibly motivated and dedicated due to the incredibly competitive market in India. If anyone here has seen the Youtube videos of indian workers doing stuff with their hands quicker than you can look, but at the same time ridiculously skilled and accurate, he knows what I`m talking about), and a modern and clean environment meeting western standards. Only these factors all contribute to the exceptional value for money Dr. Bhatti can offer. So Dr. Bhatti`s low prices have nothing to do whatsoever with an alleged or even only insinuated lower quality and thus shouldn`t be brought into this context consequently, like again my special friend did: "Blablabla pressure blabla more and more patients are going to him as his prices are so low. I think this is becoming an unfortunate trend here, and wish as you state that the recommended list remains an elite one including only the best of the best. Bla.". And if he implies that pressure would be on the mods to endorse cheaper surgeons, it is in fact rather the opposite: Surgeons pay a good amount of money (if I am well informed) to be recommended on here, and thus surely have an interest not having to be in competition with a surgeon who offers a comparable service to a much lower price. If I would be such a surgeon, and I wouldn`t be completely braindead, I would do whatever I can to gain influence in order to advocate against the recommendation of such a competitor. So if Dr. Bhatti gets recommended on the HRN, it isn`t the expression of a corrupted forum policy, but the very opposite, assuming Dr. Bhatti is an excellent and exceptional surgeon indeed. Dr. Bhatti had offered enough reasons in order to get recommended on the HRN yet last time, and, as mentioned before, his official endorsement got only delayed because of the issues previously adressed, which are settled, however, in the meantime. During the same time, he has further proven his exceptional skills, moved to a new clinic with the highest standards possible, published an amount of excellent results, and also gave very good results to a number of caucasian patients (including my case; I am member on a german forum also and got overwhelmingly positive feedback there), while still keeping his prices very affordable. Anybody stating that his results are average at best (or sth. like this was in the posts somewhere before), or that he wouldn`t meet the standards of the other doctors of this forum, obviously hasn`t examined all his published results thoroughly, is biased, or may need new glasses. My intent is not to bash any recommended docs here, but just to put you back to reality: Of course there are surgeons whose level of results Dr. Bhatti hasn`t reached (at least thus far), such as Lorenzo, Rahal, for instance, and me, too, I prefer hairlines like Konior does, or Lindsey imo, or also Diep imo. Of course there are better doctors than him here on the HRN, those are the "best of the best", but then there are the "best" (remember there are coalition docs and "only" recommended docs). With his results, his specialisation in BHT, his personality, and other factors to be considered, Dr. Bhatti easily matches the required criteria to be considered as one of the best surgeons in the world. He surely is the best surgeon in Asia (not only in my opinion), and while yet recommended doctors from the area don`t show any results from caucasian patients (Dr. Radha Palakurthi*Hair Transplant Surgeon in*Andhra Pradesh,*India , Mohammad Humayun Mohmand, MD, FRCS*Hair Transplant Surgeon in*Islamabad ,*Pakistan), Dr. Bhatti has proven his skills according to the special requirements with us pale-faces yet in multiple cases. Also, not to discredit other docs here, but have you examined the cases shown by the two docs linked? Do you see any incredible, exceptional result there knocking your socks off, let alone multiple ones? Which results has this doc to offer Dr. John Gillespie *Hair Transplant Surgeon in*Calgary,*Alberta Or this one Leonard E. Aronovitz, D.O. *Hair Transplant Surgeon in*Southfield,*Michigan Surprised? Show me some exceptional results here Sheldon S. Kabaker, MD*Hair Transplant Surgeon in*Oakland,*California Or here Mike Vories, MD*Hair Transplant Surgeon in*Mount Pleasant,*South Carolina Again, not to put a bad light on the linked docs, but maybe you are back in reality now. Have you opposed these docs and required more material or exceptional results just as you are doing it now with Dr. Bhatti (beside Dr. Bhatti has delivered much much much more and more convincing material)? Have you attacked them for allegedly not meeting the requirements of this forum? All these docs cost multiples more than what Dr. Bhatti offers, and they surely are good docs, and yet he can easily run rings round them with his results and skills. His only unfortune seems to be that he takes too less money out of the patients pockets... As far as I am aware, there rarely are any recommended docs with more documented patient experiences in relation to their time active on this forum. Beside, everybody who yet had the pleasure talking to Dr. Bhatti or meeting him in person, speaks highly of him, emphasizing his professional, but at the same time very likeable and comforting demeanor (we also have examples of tales of the very opposite regarding some recommended docs here btw..), for me he is the prime examle of an old school gentleman, and having to read in the comments further above someone honestly () questioning his "integrity" out of thin air, I did not know if to cry or to laugh. How strange that all these smears come from not even a handful of individuals who have never even talked to him, let alone having experienced a surgery with him, or thoroughly followed patient reports. Don`t you find it remarkable that everybody that has met him in person, had surgery with him, or just put thoughtful attention to his way until now (like Hariri for instance) embraces him, and even gives rave reviews? I followed quite a lot of recommendation threads in my active time on here, and I never have seen more endorsements by former or future patients than in this particular. You won`t find a person having had the pleasure to meet him in person talking one bad word about him. In fact, I can tell from my own personal experience that he is the most accommodating and complaisant surgeon you could ever imagine, I may again cite from my old thread: "On balance, I am amazed by my experience, the journey, the procedure and namely Dr. Bhatti, who really is one of the best hosts I`ve ever met in my life, who took away my anxiety completely and made me feel comfortable all along. Most importantly, I feel that he is one of the best surgeons to choose for FUE, both small and larger procedures, he seemed to me like a person that is very hands on, dedicated to his work and his patients and who always seeks to improve further, look for innovations etc. In my case, he was kind enough to excise a sebaceous gland that stuck in my recipient area for some years for free, and even unsolicitedly sent the tissue to a lab on his own cost, and provided me with the analysis a few days later. (Also for free)" I guess there are not many surgeons who would do this, and then in this manner, if there are even any... When reviewing patient experiences about Dr. Bhatti, it becomes noticeable how many patients feel empelled to tell about Dr. Bhattis kindness and professionalism. I guess there was one case where the patient was not 100 % satisfied with his result, yet he didn`t talk bad about him, but moreover honored Dr. Bhattis behaviour in the following process. In all conclusion, claiming or even asking about (why ask?? What about your integrity, you get payed to smear him?? Oh, you find this question inappropriate, and guess what, you`re damn right) his "integrity" really lacks the most basic fundaments of research, ability to judge, or manners (or all three even). Another point of criticism by some still are his hairlines, and here I partly have to agree. I yet have written about me preferring hairlines such as Konior, Diep, or Dorin produce, and I guess there might be a different approach regarding aesthetics in the east and in the west. As a matter of fact, hairline design is a matter of individual taste and the overall harmony with each ones specific appearance and individuality, but this also gets influenced by the media culture in which you are growing up. Keeping this in mind, one might have to consider also that Dr. Bhatti not too long ago had his first caucasian patients with appearently different personal preferences regarding shape and design of their hairlines, and like everybody else, he had to go through a process of involving this into his concept. I had several conversations with forum members in the past I advised to really take their time at home and try different hairlines, and thoroughly discussing this topic with Dr. Bhatti, via internet, or later in his office. I have the impression that with all the (partly excessive) pressure here in the forum, Dr. Bhatti took the challenge and further improved his repertoire, both considering hairline shapes as well as techniques, in order to get a softer appearance (he offers nape hair now even, as I`ve read earlier, which even few recommended docs on here do). I honestly cannot imagine a doc who is more open to constructive critique, who moreover welcomes it, in order for him to be able to continuously improve his overall practice and skills (as said, the emphasis is on "constructive" ) He constantly wants to learn and improve in general, and according to my estimation, he would be the last one to deny a patient`s preference for an individual hairline, as far as it doesn`t collide with his ethics. He always was very open to discussion, and very patient, and explained himself and his position comprehensively. After all, hairline design, again, is a matter of personal choice and preferences. Furthermore, every patient considering a surgeon here on the HRN will review at least some cases, compare them with other doctor`s hairlines, ask questions in the forum, and then is able to make a mature and well based evaluation on his own authority. (Some posters here give the impression that we would discuss the recommendation of a butcher, whose poor victims would be deceived of this by his recommendation. Nothing could be further from the truth.) After this, he is free to contact Dr. Bhatti and eventually visit him in his office, where he can discuss his potential future hairline personally, and in detail. If he is not 100 % satisfied with the drawn line, he will not be pulled by force onto the operating table (probably ). Having said this, I don`t think the hairlines presented so far can withstand the ones of the "best of the best", but surely most of "the best". So I think we are nagging on a pretty high level here. I for myself am more than happy with my hairline, I enjoy it every day, and I cannot thank Dr. Bhatti enough for taking this specific approach (and I was one of his first caucasian patients, and I had only one procedure so far, I look forward with the greatest anticipation to maybe have a second procedure some day adding some nape hair) One also has to factor that every surgeon has his very own field of expertise, and everybody looking into a hairtransplant here will surely get to know which docs are best, or eligible, for which specific individual requirements. You can`t compare one doc to another really, everybody is unique and has a unique approach and unique features, thus unique results (some even have unique prices ). Only Lorenzo (imo) so far offers the perfect package in terms of yield, hairline, etc.. But not even he won`t fit every clients special needs; the patient will have to wait very (very) long for his surgery for example, and he will have to pay an amount most living creatures simply aren`t capable to afford, not even with a bank credit. The same is true for several other recommended or coalition docs on here. Some do only FUT (a topic rightly discussed very controversly), even in cases where not everybody agrees that it is the best choice. Some do excellent hairlines, but are not so good in bigger cases. Some are experts at densepacking the most beautiful hairlines, but happened to sometimes take a very aggressive approach in younger males, raising concerns about their ethics. So we definitely are with the elite HT surgeons of the world here, but there simply is no nostrum for providing the best surgeon for all the specific needs of an individual in search of a fitting hair transplant surgeon, seeking help and orientation on the HRN. I therefore think Dr. Bhatti does not only easily meets the requirements of being recommended, he moreover is needed on here, and even meets the additional criteria for coalition surgeons: "-A demonstrated capability to successfully perform large sessions of ultra refined follicular unit grafting via strip excision or FUE hair transplant surgery using tiny incisions and grafts. - The ability to dense pack tiny follicular unit grafts in a given area when appropriate." Dr. Bhatti has proven in numerous cases he is able to perform dense packing, if required, and he has a specialisation on large sessions. He is amongst the chosen few to reach exceptionally high yield rates. He is one of the most experienced surgeons worldwide with BHT, and now even added nape hair to his repertoire in order to be able to create softer hairlines. I also know of a case where he performed an excellent surgery on a beautiful young woman with deep burns over her whole head (it was on his old website, I think its gone on his new website, at least I didn`t find it by now). It was touching to see her smile in the after pictures, as she obviously got a whole new life after the surgery. He also used to perform other kinds of aesthetical surgery, such as nose jobs, with very aesthetical and fitting results. Although he specialised in hair transplants in the meantime, he has proven and over the course of the years practiced and trained his sensitivity towards personal and very individual aesthetical solutions, as well as his fine motor skills, by performing these most challenging tasks in the field of plastic surgery. I could not imagine a better training for becoming one of the worlds best hair transplant doctors, and so it`s no wonder for me he nowadays is amongst the most requested and innovative HT docs not only in Asia. I have no gain in writing this all, and having spent two nights in front of my laptop instead of sleeping (english is not my native tongue, and it takes quite a time sometimes in order to express my thoughts so it`s not all Greek to you), you maybe know how much I feel the need to put some things straight here, and how much I am convinced of the need to finally recommend Dr. Bhatti here on the HRN. There simply is no other doc comparable to him, unifying both highest standards and comparatively low prices. He by far has the best value for money one could ever get, and there even are (imo, but thats up to each one to decide) docs on here - who cost multiples - he could run rings around regarding his performance, skills, documented cases etc. I think Dr. Bhatti will fill a huge, and crucial gap in the HRN`s repertoire of recommended docs, providing a safe haven for all those who are in search for a world class surgeon, but have not the means to pay the price of a compact car for it (yes, there indeed still are some of these miserable creatures out there, folks. students for example ). Again: It seems so absurd to me having to argue in favor of somebody providing much lower prices than comparable competitors partly due to this very advantage for the patients. Of course he will outrun some docs, because people are looking at his results and prices, and then at the results and prices of other surgeons, ask questions in the forum, get their answers, and then undertake a decision based on their evaluation. This is the principle of demand and supply. Regardless of his prices, I would rank Dr. Bhatti in the very middle amongst other recommended docs, but this is an arguable undertaking, because as stated above, comparisons between docs are subject to way too many and complex factors. Having said that, I don`t think he will compete with Lorenzo or Rahal for example, they have their clients willing and able to pay a fortune either way, but maybe it`ll happen that some other docs then feel the need to lower their prices a bit, and not buy their daughters a second car maybe (just kiddin` ), however as long as this doesn`t manifest itself in lower quality, I don`t know by what the patient`s interests would be served more. I therefore think that Dr. Bhatti`s recommendation would have a positive, moderate stimulatory effect on the forum, while most docs won`t be affected by it at all. To conclude, if this forum really is a forum for the betterment of patients advocacy, and a place for the worlds most upright and skilled surgeons, it should feel honored for being able to call Dr. Bhatti a member. He is a world class surgeon, and on a personal level one of the best fellas out there. Thanks for reading, I could have written miles more, but I hope `til here it helped at least some to get a better picture of what`s even being discussed here. Greetings to all now I really need some sleep Btw special greets to Mickey, hey buddy, howdie, hope you`re good :cool:
  23. If your local pharmacist doesn't carry it, have you tried asking if they know where it is available? You may want to try contacting recommended hair transplant surgeons Dr. Pathuri Madhu or Dr. Radha Palakurthi in India. I'm sure they can tell you.
  24. As someone who has gone through multiple HT surgeries including a failed one, I would advise you to go with a surgeon recommended on this forum. For India that would be either Dr. Pathuri Madhu or Dr. Radha Palakurthi Hair Transplant Clinics in India Look through their results carefully on this forum and see which one better suits your goals and current situation If possible have in person consultations with them both, and do not choose a doctor based on low cost or close distance only.
  25. HTGuy, I've sent an email to Dr. Radha requesting a confirmation that it is received. I've also notified her of this post and suggested that she reply. Email is not typically the best way to contact a clinic. I suggest phoning for better service. You can find her contact information at the link below. Dr. Radha Palakurthi
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